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(Photoshop Week 2015) CreativeLive - Best Workflow Practices for Architectural Photography [4 MP4, 1...

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(Photoshop Week 2015) CreativeLive - Best Workflow Practices for Architectural Photography [4 MP4, 1...

(Photoshop Week 2015) CreativeLive - Best Workflow Practices for Architectural Photography [4 MP4, 1 PDF]
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Architectural retouching can be daunting - this class makes it easier to manage all of those layers and adjustments and helps you tackle complex edits.
To get you started, fine art and architectural photographer, Mike Kelley will share his preferred method for image organization, culling, and selection. He'll go over all of the basic editing tools he uses and explain how they can be used to create an architectural image with well-controlled light, color, and mood. You'll learn an easy-to-follow system that will keep you organized and make managing enhancements to architectural photos much easier.

Photoshop Week 2015 Home Page: www.creativelive.com/bundle/photoshop-week-2015
One of the biggest events in photography is coming back to CreativeLive - get ready to learn from the industry's best during Photoshop Week 2015 - February 23 - 28th!

Best Workflow Practices for Architectural Photography

with Mike Kelley

Course Home Page: www.creativelive.com/courses/best-workflow-practices-architectural-photography-mike-kelley
Producer: CreativeLive
Release date: February 2015
Duration: 1:15:34

Author: Mike Kelley
I'm currently a Los Angeles-based architecture and fine art photographer. I graduated from the University of Vermont with degrees in environmental science and digital art, and after graduating, I moved to the Lake Tahoe area to follow my dreams of becoming a professional snowboarder. While I was fortunate enough to have traveled all over the world competing, injury eventually forced me to consider a different career. Shortly after, a chance encounter led me from full-time hobby photographer to full-time working photographer. I had always been interested in photography and the arts, and feel extremely grateful to be able to making a living doing what I love. In addition to working on commissioned works and personal projects, I also enjoy sharing my knowledge and love of photography with others through workshops and writing for a number of blogs.






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